Mid-level Health Law Associate Attorney Job in Madison, WI - 204154 | BCGSearch.com

Mid-level Health Law Associate Attorney

Type Full-Time

Location Wisconsin - Madison

Job ID A8ZL204154

Skills Health Care

2021-05-07 05:57:49

Madison office of a BCG Attorney Search Top Ranked Law Firm seeks a mid-level health law associate attorney with 4-6 years of experience. The candidate must have substantive experience in: analyzing fraud and abuse laws including the anti-kickback statute, the physician self-referral law (Stark Law), Medicare and Medicaid program rules, and other federal and state regulations applicable to health care sector; litigating matters arising under Title18 and 21 of the United States Code, the False Claims Act, and the Civil Monetary Penalties Law; conducting internal and parallel investigations, including overseeing large-scale document productions; advising health care entities on corporate governance, compliance, and risk mitigation strategies; counseling providers under federal and commercial payment audits; and challenging agency regulations and rule-making under applicable administrative laws, including the Administrative Procedures Act.

The candidate must have a very strong academic record paired with the skills, enthusiasm, and commitment to become a partner at this firm.

This large firm operates like a small law firm, with offices across the nation, and the quality of its attorneys and work is high. The firm's lawyers try cases all over the nations, and try more cases than most firms in the country. The firm hires the best and brightest from top national and regional law schools. The pay is average, but the billable requirement is reasonable. People work hard, but the firm realizes that quality of life is just as important. The firm handles virtually all types of litigation and transactional law. It has been a legal powerhouse in the Midwest for a long time. The size allows the firm to handle the most complex transactions and cases, and its clients include many Fortune 500 companies. Associates are allowed to choose the practice areas and specific assignments that interest them, and they will be challenged with responsibility and client contact.

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